This #WonderWednesday we're highlighting multi-day fairs and performances, as well as one-day art events to fill up on summer fun.\r\n\r\nThe Art Association offers a unique life modeling series with local dancers Heidi Ramseur and Luke Zender outside at the Town Enclosure Pavilion. The first session this Wednesday is free.\r\n\r\nJazz pianist Aaron Diehl performs a free Family Concert on Thursday at Teton County Library. To keep track of all the concerts and events offered by Grand Teton Music Festival, we created a Summer Festival Collection.\r\n\r\nTurner Fine Art opens a new show with acclaimed, impressionist landscape artist Eric Jacobsen. Check out a short interview with Eric on this week's Wonder News blog.\r\n\r\nFriday kicks off the three-day Art Fair Jackson Hole, a fundraiser for education and outreach programs benefiting the Art Association and Center of Wonder. One-hundred-and-forty-eight local and national artists will display their work, and the fair also features live music, food, youth activities and artist demonstrations.\r\n\r\nOn Friday evening, enjoy an outdoor picnic and live performance of Macbeth as Off Square Theatre presents Thin Air Shakespeare. Free shows run from Friday through Sunday.\r\n\r\nRemember to stop by Cowboy Coffee on Saturday evening for a reception with local artist Taryn Boals whose recent drawings, paintings, and prints are currently on exhibition.\r\n\r\nThen relax on Sunday with a free Concert on the Commons in central Teton Village featuring Southern-flavored rock-and-roll with HoneyHoney.\r\n\r\nFind even more wonderful summer events at DailyWonder.org.